Kettering firm donates clothes to homeless charity

Nang Clothing has donated clothes and a food bundle to Accommodation Concern, in Dalkeith Place, as part of a new charitable project started by the company
Nang Clothing has donated clothes and a food bundle to Accommodation Concern, in Dalkeith Place, as part of a new charitable project started by the company

An independent clothing company based in Kettering has launched a campaign to keep homeless people warm this winter.

Nang Clothing has donated clothes and a food bundle to Accommodation Concern, in Dalkeith Place, as part of a new charitable project started by the company.

Nav Nangla, founder of Nang Clothing, gifted five of its sought-after long-sleeved polo shirts to the charity as well as five small packages full of crisps, biscuits and bottled water to help those in need.

He visited the charity on Thursday, September 17, with the items and plans to make further donations.

Nav said: “No-one ever deserves to be made homeless.

“It’s not fair on anyone. What have they ever done to be put in that situation?

“I’ve not got that much to donate, but any spare winter-warm stock I still have has been included.

“I’m hoping they will all be gratefully accepted by those vulnerable people living on the streets. I hope they stay warm this winter.

“Any time I can possibly a help a good cause in my home town, I certainly will.”

Nang Clothing was set up by Nav, a 20-year-old fashion student at Tresham College, earlier this year.

Since its inception, the brand has attracted a huge following.

Nav was originally going to donate money to the local-based charity, but decided he wanted to donate something those in need can use straight away.

You can purchase your own Nang clothes on the website or from Chopper Skate Shop, Montagu Street.